We stayed here 4 days and 3 nights in November. We use a teardrop camper so we appreciated the water and electric hookup (although we disconnected the water at night to prevent freezing). The sites are large but there really aren’t trees between sites although we were on a corner and so had some sense of privacy. The bathrooms were incredibly clean and heated. Showers were terrific as well. Staff were kind and knowledgeable. A stream runs beside the campground and the lake, though small, is nice to paddle around in a kayak. We arrived the day after trout stocking and so there were quite a few fishermen in the stream and on the lake. I caught a few large trout in the stream on a fly but it really was a bit like fishing in a barrel. There are many hiking trails nearby with a variety of difficulty. We chose a couple that provided nice views. I imagine it would be a great place for kids.
Had a choice of 3 campgrounds in the Eastport area during Covid but we wanted full hookup for our little teardrop trailer. We are very happy with this place. Location is good and if the border wasn't closed it would be closer to even more sights to see! The owners are nice and very responsive. The site is plenty large (there are some BIG rigs here) and we can see the bay from it although we are maybe 150 feet away. Most campers seem to be here for a long term rental and they are a quiet group. I think there are many more amenities during ordinary time. There's an IGA grocery store nearby and that's been a bonus. I would definitely stay here again if visiting the area.